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Omega (capital: Ω, lowercase: ω; Ancient Greek ὦ, later ὦ μέγα, Modern Greek ωμέγα) is the 24th and final letter in the Greek alphabet. In the Greek numeric system/Isopsephy (Gematria), it has a value of 800. The word literally means "great O" (ō mega, mega meaning "great"), as opposed to Ο ο omicron, which means "little O" (o mikron, micron meaning "little").

In phonetic terms, the modern Greek pronunciation of omega is the mid back rounded vowel[o̞], identical to omicron (ο) and similar, depending on the English dialect, to "o" in "rose" or "au" in "caught." Although the phonetic distinction between omicron and omega is now gone, the two different letters still exist in the spelling system, so that for example -ω is a common ending for verbs, while -ο is a common one for nouns.

As the final letter in the Greek alphabet, omega is often used to denote the last, the end, or the ultimate limit of a set, in contrast to alpha, the first letter of the Greek alphabet; see Alpha and Omega.

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Ω was not part of the early (8th century BC) Greek alphabets. It was introduced in the late 7th century BC in the Ionian cities of Asia Minor. It is a variant of omicron (Ο), broken up at the side (), with the edges subsequently turned outward (, , , ). The Dorian city of Knidos as well as a few Aegean islands, namely Paros, Thasos and Melos, chose the exact opposite innovation, using a broken-up circle for the short and a closed circle for the long/o/.

In ancient Greek, vowel length (in the sense of the sound's duration in time) was phonemic, and in poetry a long vowel received two beats of rhythm while a short vowel got one. Once the new letter omega was introduced as a supplement to the original omicron, the longer sound began to be represented by omega, somewhat like English "rose" as contrasted with "note." There was probably also a difference in vowel quality. The most influential attempts to reconstruct ancient Greek pronunciation suggest that at that time, omega may have been pronounced as an open mid back vowel,[ɔː], slightly more open than omicron, and comparable to the vowel of English raw in dialects without the cot–caught merger.

The name Ωμέγα is Byzantine; in Classical Greek, the letter was called ō (), whereas the omicron was called ou (οὖ). The modern lowercase shape goes back to the uncial form , a form that developed during the 3rd century BC in ancient handwriting on papyrus, from a flattened-out form of the letter () that had its edges curved even further upward.

In addition to the Greek alphabet, Omega was also adopted into the early Cyrillic alphabet. See Cyrillic omega (Ѡ, ѡ). A Raetic variant is conjectured to be at the origin or parallel evolution of the Elder Futhark .

Schoolroom teaching of ancient Greek in the Western world outside of Greece has evolved into a variety of pronunciation systems, and one can find a variety of prescriptions for how omega and omicron should be pronounced in these systems.

Omega was also adopted into the Latin alphabet, as a letter of the 1982 revision to the African reference alphabet. It has had little use. See Latin omega.

Plaque in Kos with "underlined O" form of omega.

The uppercase letter Ω is used as a symbol:

The minuscule letter ω is used as a symbol:

Greek omega/Coptic oou

Character information
Preview Ω ω
Unicode name GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA GREEK SMALL LETTER OMEGA COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OOU COPTIC SMALL LETTER OOU
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 937 U+03A9 969 U+03C9 11440 U+2CB0 11441 U+2CB1
UTF-8 206 169 CE A9 207 137 CF 89 226 178 176 E2 B2 B0 226 178 177 E2 B2 B1
Numeric character reference Ω Ω ω ω Ⲱ Ⲱ ⲱ ⲱ
Named character reference Ω, Ω ω
DOS Greek 151 97 224 E0
DOS Greek-2 213 D5 250 FA
Windows 1253 217 D9 249 F9
TeX \Omega \omega

Cyrillic omega

Character information
Preview Ѡ ѡ
Unicode name CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER OMEGA COMBINING CYRILLIC LETTER OMEGA
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 1120 U+0460 1121 U+0461 42619 U+A67B
UTF-8 209 160 D1 A0 209 161 D1 A1 234 153 187 EA 99 BB
Numeric character reference Ѡ Ѡ ѡ ѡ ꙻ ꙻ


Character information
Preview Ѻ ѻ
Unicode name CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER ROUND OMEGA CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER ROUND OMEGA CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER BROAD OMEGA CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER BROAD OMEGA
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 1146 U+047A 1147 U+047B 42572 U+A64C 42573 U+A64D
UTF-8 209 186 D1 BA 209 187 D1 BB 234 153 140 EA 99 8C 234 153 141 EA 99 8D
Numeric character reference Ѻ Ѻ ѻ ѻ Ꙍ Ꙍ ꙍ ꙍ

Latin/IPA omega

Character information
Preview ɷ
Unicode name LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED OMEGA LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA LATIN SMALL LETTER OMEGA
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 631 U+0277 42934 U+A7B6 42935 U+A7B7
UTF-8 201 183 C9 B7 234 158 182 EA 9E B6 234 158 183 EA 9E B7
Numeric character reference ɷ ɷ Ꞷ Ꞷ ꞷ ꞷ

Technical omega symbols

Character information
Preview
Unicode name APL FUNCTIONAL SYMBOL OMEGA APL FUNCTIONAL SYMBOL OMEGA UNDERBAR OHM SIGN INVERTED OHM SIGN
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 9077 U+2375 9081 U+2379 8486 U+2126 8487 U+2127
UTF-8 226 141 181 E2 8D B5 226 141 185 E2 8D B9 226 132 166 E2 84 A6 226 132 167 E2 84 A7
Numeric character reference ⍵ ⍵ ⍹ ⍹ Ω Ω ℧ ℧
Named character reference ℧

Mathematical omega

Character information
Preview 𝛀 𝛚 𝛺 𝜔 𝜴 𝝎
Unicode name MATHEMATICAL BOLD
CAPITAL OMEGA
MATHEMATICAL BOLD
SMALL OMEGA
MATHEMATICAL ITALIC
CAPITAL OMEGA
MATHEMATICAL ITALIC
SMALL OMEGA
MATHEMATICAL BOLD ITALIC
CAPITAL OMEGA
MATHEMATICAL BOLD ITALIC
SMALL OMEGA
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 120512 U+1D6C0 120538 U+1D6DA 120570 U+1D6FA 120596 U+1D714 120628 U+1D734 120654 U+1D74E
UTF-8 240 157 155 128 F0 9D 9B 80 240 157 155 154 F0 9D 9B 9A 240 157 155 186 F0 9D 9B BA 240 157 156 148 F0 9D 9C 94 240 157 156 180 F0 9D 9C B4 240 157 157 142 F0 9D 9D 8E
UTF-16 55349 57024 D835 DEC0 55349 57050 D835 DEDA 55349 57082 D835 DEFA 55349 57108 D835 DF14 55349 57140 D835 DF34 55349 57166 D835 DF4E
Numeric character reference 𝛀 𝛀 𝛚 𝛚 𝛺 𝛺 𝜔 𝜔 𝜴 𝜴 𝝎 𝝎


Character information
Preview 𝝮 𝞈 𝞨 𝟂
Unicode name MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF
BOLD CAPITAL OMEGA
MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF
BOLD SMALL OMEGA
MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF
BOLD ITALIC CAPITAL OMEGA
MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF
BOLD ITALIC SMALL OMEGA
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 120686 U+1D76E 120712 U+1D788 120744 U+1D7A8 120770 U+1D7C2
UTF-8 240 157 157 174 F0 9D 9D AE 240 157 158 136 F0 9D 9E 88 240 157 158 168 F0 9D 9E A8 240 157 159 130 F0 9D 9F 82
UTF-16 55349 57198 D835 DF6E 55349 57224 D835 DF88 55349 57256 D835 DFA8 55349 57282 D835 DFC2
Numeric character reference 𝝮 𝝮 𝞈 𝞈 𝞨 𝞨 𝟂 𝟂

These characters are used only as mathematical symbols. Stylized Greek text should be encoded using the normal Greek letters, with markup and formatting to indicate the style of the text.

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  1. "omega". Oxford English Dictionary (Online ed.). Oxford University Press.(Subscription or participating institution membership required.)
  2. https://www.dictionary.com/browse/omega
  3. The Greek Alphabet
  4. Anne Jeffery (1961), The local scripts of archaic Greece, p.37–38.
  5. Allen, Vox Graeca, p. 75
  6. Herbert Weir Smyth. A Greek Grammar for Colleges. §1
  7. Edward M. Thompson (1912), Introduction to Greek and Latin paleography, Oxford: Clarendon. p.144
  8. Capilla, José E.; Arevalo, Javier Rodriguez; Castaño, Silvino Castaño; Teijeiro, María Fé Díaz; del Moral, Rut Sanchez; Diaz, Javier Heredia (19 September 2012). "Mapping Oxygen-18 in Meteoric Precipitation over Peninsular Spain using Geostatistical Tools"(PDF). cedex.es. Valencia, Spain: Ninth Conference on Geostatistics for Environmental Applications. Retrieved8 May 2017.
  9. Excerpts from The Unicode Standard, Version 4.0. Retrieved 11 October 2006.
  10. Weisstein, Eric W. "Prime Factor". mathworld.wolfram.com. Retrieved12 August 2020.
  11. "first uncountable ordinal in nLab". ncatlab.org. Retrieved12 August 2020.
  12. "Definition of Omega Male, BuzzWord from Macmillan Dictionary". macmillandictionary.com. Retrieved10 February 2021.
  13. Unicode Code Charts: Greek and Coptic (Range: 0370-03FF)

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Omega Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from W W redirects here For the unit of electrical resistance see Ohm For other uses see Omega disambiguation This article needs additional citations for verification Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed Find sources Omega news newspapers books scholar JSTOR December 2014 Learn how and when to remove this template message Omega ˈ oʊ m ɪ ɡ e oʊ ˈ m ɛ ɡ e oʊ ˈ m eɪ ɡ e 1 2 capital W lowercase w Ancient Greek ὦ later ὦ mega Modern Greek wmega is the 24th and final letter in the Greek alphabet In the Greek numeric system Isopsephy Gematria it has a value of 800 The word literally means great O ō mega mega meaning great as opposed to O o omicron which means little O o mikron micron meaning little 3 In phonetic terms the modern Greek pronunciation of omega is the mid back rounded vowel o identical to omicron o and similar depending on the English dialect to o in rose or au in caught Although the phonetic distinction between omicron and omega is now gone the two different letters still exist in the spelling system so that for example w is a common ending for verbs while o is a common one for nouns As the final letter in the Greek alphabet omega is often used to denote the last the end or the ultimate limit of a set in contrast to alpha the first letter of the Greek alphabet see Alpha and Omega Contents 1 History 2 The symbol W uppercase letter 3 The symbol w lower case letter 4 Character encodings 4 1 Greek omega Coptic oou 4 2 Cyrillic omega 4 3 Latin IPA omega 4 4 Technical omega symbols 4 5 Mathematical omega 5 NotesHistory EditW was not part of the early 8th century BC Greek alphabets It was introduced in the late 7th century BC in the Ionian cities of Asia Minor It is a variant of omicron O broken up at the side with the edges subsequently turned outward 4 The Dorian city of Knidos as well as a few Aegean islands namely Paros Thasos and Melos chose the exact opposite innovation using a broken up circle for the short and a closed circle for the long o 4 In ancient Greek vowel length in the sense of the sound s duration in time was phonemic and in poetry a long vowel received two beats of rhythm while a short vowel got one Once the new letter omega was introduced as a supplement to the original omicron the longer sound began to be represented by omega somewhat like English rose as contrasted with note There was probably also a difference in vowel quality The most influential attempts to reconstruct ancient Greek pronunciation suggest that at that time omega may have been pronounced as an open mid back vowel ɔː slightly more open than omicron 5 and comparable to the vowel of English raw in dialects without the cot caught merger The name Wmega is Byzantine in Classical Greek the letter was called ō ὦ whereas the omicron was called ou oὖ 6 The modern lowercase shape goes back to the uncial form a form that developed during the 3rd century BC in ancient handwriting on papyrus from a flattened out form of the letter that had its edges curved even further upward 7 In addition to the Greek alphabet Omega was also adopted into the early Cyrillic alphabet See Cyrillic omega Ѡ ѡ A Raetic variant is conjectured to be at the origin or parallel evolution of the Elder Futhark ᛟ Schoolroom teaching of ancient Greek in the Western world outside of Greece has evolved into a variety of pronunciation systems and one can find a variety of prescriptions for how omega and omicron should be pronounced in these systems Omega was also adopted into the Latin alphabet as a letter of the 1982 revision to the African reference alphabet It has had little use See Latin omega The symbol W uppercase letter Edit Plaque in Kos with underlined O form of omega The uppercase letter W is used as a symbol In chemistry For oxygen 18 a natural stable isotope of oxygen 8 In physics For ohm SI unit of electrical resistance formerly also used upside down to represent mho the old name for the inverse of an ohm now siemens with symbol S used for electrical conductance Unicode has a separate code point for the ohm sign U 2126 W but it is included only for backward compatibility and the Greek uppercase omega character U 03A9 W is preferred 9 In statistical mechanics W refers to the multiplicity number of microstates in a system The solid angle or the rate of precession in a gyroscope In particle physics to represent the Omega baryons In astronomy cosmology W refers to the density of the universe also called the density parameter In astronomy orbital mechanics W refers to the longitude of the ascending node of an orbit In mathematics and computer science In complex analysis the Omega constant a solution of Lambert s W function In differential geometry the space of differential forms on a manifold of a certain degree usually with a superscript A variable for a 2 dimensional region in calculus usually corresponding to the domain of a double integral In topos theory the codomain of the subobject classifier of an elementary topos In combinatory logic the looping combinator S I I S I I In group theory the omega and agemo subgroups of a p group W G and G In group theory Cayley s W process as a partial differential operator In statistics it is used as the symbol for the sample space or total set of possible outcomes In number theory W n is the number of prime divisors of n counting multiplicity 10 In notation related to Big O notation to describe the asymptotic behavior of functions Chaitin s constant In set theory the first infinite ordinal number w In set theory the first uncountable ordinal number w1 or W As part of logo or trademark The logo of Omega Watches SA Part of the original Pioneer logo Part of the Badge of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom Part of the mission patch for STS 135 as it was the last mission of the Space Shuttle program The logo of the God of War video game series based on Greek mythology In God of War 2018 it is revealed it stands as the symbol of war in Greece The logo of E 123 Omega a Sonic the Hedgehog character The logo of the Heroes of Olympus series based on Greek mythology the logo of the Ultramarines in Warhammer 40 000 The logo of Primal Groudon the version mascot of Pokemon Omega Ruby The logo of Darkseid in DC comics One of the logos of professional wrestler Kenny Omega The logo for Meow Wolf s Omega Mart in Area15 Las Vegas Nevada Other The symbol of the resistance movement against the Vietnam era draft in the United States Year or date of death In eschatology the symbol for the end of everything In molecular biology the symbol is used as shorthand to signify a genetic construct introduced by a two point crossover Omega Particle in the Star Trek universe The final form of NetNavi bosses in some of the Mega Man Battle Network games The personal symbol for Death as worn by Death in the Discworld series by Terry Pratchett The symbol to represent Groudon in Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire A secret boss in the Final Fantasy series called Omega W Weapon A character from the series Doctor Who called Omega believed to be one of the creators of the Time Lords of Gallifrey The symbol for the highest power level of a PSI attack in the MOTHER EarthBound gamesThe symbol w lower case letter EditThe minuscule letter w is used as a symbol Biology biochemistry and chemistry In biochemistry for one of the RNA polymerase subunits In biochemistry for the dihedral angle associated with the peptide group involving the backbone atoms Ca C N Ca In biology for fitness In chemistry for denoting the carbon atom furthest from the carboxyl group of a fatty acid In genomics as a measure of molecular evolution in protein coding genes also denoted as dN dS or Ka Ks ratio Physics Angular velocity or angular frequency In computational fluid dynamics the specific turbulence dissipation rate In meteorology the change of pressure with respect to time of a parcel of air In circuit analysis and signal processing to represent natural frequency related to frequency f by w 2pf In astronomy as a ranking of a star s brightness within a constellation In orbital mechanics as designation of the argument of periapsis of an orbit In particle physics to represent the omega meson Computer science In notation related to Big O notation the asymptotically dominant nature of functions In relational database theory to represent NULL a missing or inapplicable value In APL to represent the right parameter to a function Mathematics The first and smallest transfinite ordinal number often identified with the set of natural numbers including 0 sometimes written w 0 displaystyle omega 0 In set theory w1 is the first uncountable ordinal number 11 also sometimes written as W A primitive root of unity like the complex cube roots of 1 The Wright Omega function A generic differential form In number theory w n is the number of distinct prime divisors of n In number theory an arithmetic function In combinatory logic the self application combinator l x x x In mathematical options finance the elasticity of financial options In analytical investment management the tracking error of an investment manager Clique number in Graph theory Other Used in place of ん in Japanese typing shorthand In linguistics the phonological word In textual criticism the archetype of a manuscript tradition In sociology used to refer to the lowest ranking member of a group 12 In shift JIS art used to represent the cat s mouth e g w ショボーン In actuarial sciences used to represent the maximum life span that characterizes a mortality tableCharacter encodings EditGreek omega Coptic oou Edit Character information Preview W w Ⲱ ⲱUnicode name GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA GREEK SMALL LETTER OMEGA COPTIC CAPITAL LETTER OOU COPTIC SMALL LETTER OOUEncodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hexUnicode 937 U 03A9 969 U 03C9 11440 U 2CB0 11441 U 2CB1UTF 8 206 169 CE A9 207 137 CF 89 226 178 176 E2 B2 B0 226 178 177 E2 B2 B1Numeric character reference amp 937 wbr amp x3A9 wbr amp 969 wbr amp x3C9 wbr amp 11440 wbr amp x2CB0 wbr amp 11441 wbr amp x2CB1 wbr Named character reference amp ohm amp Omega amp omega DOS Greek 151 97 224 E0DOS Greek 2 213 D5 250 FAWindows 1253 217 D9 249 F9TeX Omega omega 13 Cyrillic omega Edit Character information Preview Ѡ ѡ Unicode name CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER OMEGA COMBINING CYRILLIC LETTER OMEGAEncodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hexUnicode 1120 U 0460 1121 U 0461 42619 U A67BUTF 8 209 160 D1 A0 209 161 D1 A1 234 153 187 EA 99 BBNumeric character reference amp 1120 wbr amp x460 wbr amp 1121 wbr amp x461 wbr amp 42619 wbr amp xA67B wbr Character information Preview Ѻ ѻ Ꙍ ꙍUnicode name CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER ROUND OMEGA CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER ROUND OMEGA CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER BROAD OMEGA CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER BROAD OMEGAEncodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hexUnicode 1146 U 047A 1147 U 047B 42572 U A64C 42573 U A64DUTF 8 209 186 D1 BA 209 187 D1 BB 234 153 140 EA 99 8C 234 153 141 EA 99 8DNumeric character reference amp 1146 wbr amp x47A wbr amp 1147 wbr amp x47B wbr amp 42572 wbr amp xA64C wbr amp 42573 wbr amp xA64D wbr Latin IPA omega Edit Character information Preview ɷ Ꞷ ꞷUnicode name LATIN SMALL LETTER CLOSED OMEGA LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA LATIN SMALL LETTER OMEGAEncodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hexUnicode 631 U 0277 42934 U A7B6 42935 U A7B7UTF 8 201 183 C9 B7 234 158 182 EA 9E B6 234 158 183 EA 9E B7Numeric character reference amp 631 wbr amp x277 wbr amp 42934 wbr amp xA7B6 wbr amp 42935 wbr amp xA7B7 wbr Technical omega symbols Edit Character information Preview Ω Unicode name APL FUNCTIONAL SYMBOL OMEGA APL FUNCTIONAL SYMBOL OMEGA UNDERBAR OHM SIGN INVERTED OHM SIGNEncodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hexUnicode 9077 U 2375 9081 U 2379 8486 U 2126 8487 U 2127UTF 8 226 141 181 E2 8D B5 226 141 185 E2 8D B9 226 132 166 E2 84 A6 226 132 167 E2 84 A7Numeric character reference amp 9077 wbr amp x2375 wbr amp 9081 wbr amp x2379 wbr amp 8486 wbr amp x2126 wbr amp 8487 wbr amp x2127 wbr Named character reference amp mho Mathematical omega Edit Character information Preview 𝛀 𝛚 𝛺 𝜔 𝜴 𝝎Unicode name MATHEMATICAL BOLD CAPITAL OMEGA MATHEMATICAL BOLD SMALL OMEGA MATHEMATICAL ITALIC CAPITAL OMEGA MATHEMATICAL ITALIC SMALL OMEGA MATHEMATICAL BOLD ITALIC CAPITAL OMEGA MATHEMATICAL BOLD ITALIC SMALL OMEGAEncodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hexUnicode 120512 U 1D6C0 120538 U 1D6DA 120570 U 1D6FA 120596 U 1D714 120628 U 1D734 120654 U 1D74EUTF 8 240 157 155 128 F0 9D 9B 80 240 157 155 154 F0 9D 9B 9A 240 157 155 186 F0 9D 9B BA 240 157 156 148 F0 9D 9C 94 240 157 156 180 F0 9D 9C B4 240 157 157 142 F0 9D 9D 8EUTF 16 55349 57024 D835 DEC0 55349 57050 D835 DEDA 55349 57082 D835 DEFA 55349 57108 D835 DF14 55349 57140 D835 DF34 55349 57166 D835 DF4ENumeric character reference amp 120512 wbr amp x1D6C0 wbr amp 120538 wbr amp x1D6DA wbr amp 120570 wbr amp x1D6FA wbr amp 120596 wbr amp x1D714 wbr amp 120628 wbr amp x1D734 wbr amp 120654 wbr amp x1D74E wbr Character information Preview 𝝮 𝞈 𝞨 𝟂Unicode name MATHEMATICAL SANS SERIF BOLD CAPITAL OMEGA MATHEMATICAL SANS SERIF BOLD SMALL OMEGA MATHEMATICAL SANS SERIF BOLD ITALIC CAPITAL OMEGA MATHEMATICAL SANS SERIF BOLD ITALIC SMALL OMEGAEncodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hexUnicode 120686 U 1D76E 120712 U 1D788 120744 U 1D7A8 120770 U 1D7C2UTF 8 240 157 157 174 F0 9D 9D AE 240 157 158 136 F0 9D 9E 88 240 157 158 168 F0 9D 9E A8 240 157 159 130 F0 9D 9F 82UTF 16 55349 57198 D835 DF6E 55349 57224 D835 DF88 55349 57256 D835 DFA8 55349 57282 D835 DFC2Numeric character reference amp 120686 wbr amp x1D76E wbr amp 120712 wbr amp x1D788 wbr amp 120744 wbr amp x1D7A8 wbr amp 120770 wbr amp x1D7C2 wbr These characters are used only as mathematical symbols Stylized Greek text should be encoded using the normal Greek letters with markup and formatting to indicate the style of the text Notes EditWikimedia Commons has media related to Omega letter Look up W or w in Wiktionary the free dictionary omega Oxford English Dictionary Online ed Oxford University Press Subscription or participating institution membership required https www dictionary com browse omega The Greek Alphabet a b Anne Jeffery 1961 The local scripts of archaic Greece p 37 38 Allen Vox Graeca p 75 Herbert Weir Smyth A Greek Grammar for Colleges 1 Edward M Thompson 1912 Introduction to Greek and Latin paleography Oxford Clarendon p 144 Capilla Jose E Arevalo Javier Rodriguez Castano Silvino Castano Teijeiro Maria Fe Diaz del Moral Rut Sanchez Diaz Javier Heredia 19 September 2012 Mapping Oxygen 18 in Meteoric Precipitation over Peninsular Spain using Geostatistical Tools PDF cedex es Valencia Spain Ninth Conference on Geostatistics for Environmental Applications Retrieved 8 May 2017 Excerpts from The Unicode Standard Version 4 0 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